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A door-mounted spice rack makes it easy to keep track of all your seasonings. First, gather your materials and tools.
Materials and Tools:
1x4 & 1x3 lumber
power drill with wood bits
1-inch brad nails
3d finish nails
Start by measuring inside of door. Rack should have 1-inch clearance on all sides.
Cut sides out of 1x4s; shelves out of 1x3s.
Tip: Measure seasonings and size rack to hold them.
Drill holes in sides for dowels.
Sand all edges and surfaces until smooth.
Paint or seal all pieces, tops, bottoms and edges.
Using wood glue and finish nails, attach bottom and top shelves to sides.
Pin dowels in place with 1-inch brad nails. Use nail set to sink all nail heads.
Touch up paint or sealant.
Hanging the rack will be easier if you remove the door. For extra security, apply construction adhesive before you hang the rack.
Clamp rack in place.
Countersink nails every 8 inches.
Tip: For easy access, fill the top shelf with seasonings you use the most.
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